Your Generous Support Helps People with Vision Loss


Re-opening our facility to bring independence to our clients

As Thanksgiving nears, I'm incredibly grateful for all the ways you've helped ACBVI's clients - especially in this year.

Clients like Nancy, a 60-year old woman who experienced a rapid decline in her vision.  She worried she might have to give up living on her own.

But thanks to you, we were able to train Nancy to use a white cane, a walker, and GPS technology that helps her guage her surroundings.  Nancy soon felt more confident and ready to live a more satisfying life.

Right now, thousands of Arizonans are counting on us to re-open our facility.  We need more PPE, cleaning supplies, signage and Plexiglass to re-open our building to clients in the safest way possible.

That's why we're trying to raise $5,000 for Giving Tuesday -- it's a global day of unity and giving on December 1.  Your generous support will help Arizonans with vision loss stay safe and move their lives forward.

How you can help -- DONATE!  Start a Facebook fundraiser for your connections or spread the word of our need throughout your individual networks on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.  Whatever way you can to support the blind and visually impaired of Arizona get beck to the business of creating independence for 2021 and beyond.

Donate HERE

Start your personal campaign HERE

 

 



About The Author

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Jon Williams

Jon Williams is the Fund Development Officer at ACBVI. He has over 25 years of professional non-profit experience in development, fundraising, volunteer and event management with national non-profits including the American Cancer Society, the American Diabetes Association, and three member food banks in the Feeding America network, including his last position as Development Manager with United Food Bank in Mesa. Originally from South Bend, IN and a graduate of Ball State University, Jon has devoted his career in giving back to the community and providing assistance to those underserved populations needing help. A resident of Chandler, Jon enjoys the Arizona lifestyle along with traveling near and far, a great live concert or an exciting sports game!

Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired

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